We would love to have you serve with the student ministry team! There’s a place for everyone to get involved.
To get started, attend the Making Disciples Seminar on Sunday, August 30 at 6:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. We’ll start with a large-group presentation and then breakout for workshops that will equip you for service. Additional special meetings may be required throughout the year.
We ask you to commit to a one-year term. Depending on the role, you’ll serve 1-5 days a month for 1-3 hours during days of service.
Wednesday Night Teacher
Present lessons to junior and senior high and combined groups; participate in announcements as requested.
Wednesday Night Small Group Leader
Meet weekly with 3 to 5 students of the same gender and lead discussion by going thorugh a series of questions focused on the large-group lesson; pray with students; provide support and encouragement.
Be present during youth gatherings and pray for students with other prayer partners; pray with students personally when requested.
Assist other leaders and students in preparing and distributing material, such as schedules, curriculum and handouts; make phone calls and send email as requested.
Special Event Helper
Be available “as needed” for special events or gatherings (lock-ins, parties, retreats, etc.), including Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings.
Creative Arts Leader
Work with other leaders and students to create teaching and communication through video, skits, and other arts; create decorations for special services.
Plan, coordinate and lead outreach teams so our students will learn the value of service:
- To their church (such as ushering, clean up, children’s ministry, special events and services)
- To their local community (such as neighborhood clean up or involvement with Feed My Starving Children)
Skills Training Leader
Teach students a valuable skill and help them connect real-world training with ministry. Areas may include personal financial planning, career planning, basic home improvement, music and technology education, labor trades and specialized skills to prepare for adulthood.
If you’re interested in learning more about volunteering with the student ministry team, contact Phil Halstead.